Read more about the article Cooling (moderate hypothermia) the liver may reduce the effects of a paracetamol-induced liver injury.
Moderate hypothermia (cooling) of the liver to ameliorate paracetamol-induced liver injury has gained momentum over the years. Image credits: Yeong Lan T et al.

Cooling (moderate hypothermia) the liver may reduce the effects of a paracetamol-induced liver injury.

Moderate hypothermia (cooling) of the liver to ameliorate paracetamol-induced liver injury has gained momentum over the years. However, the invasive procedures available so far have rendered it impractical in a…

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Salt substitutes reduce the risk of stroke and death compared to regular salt – results from a new study.

Salt substitutes, unlike regular salt, contain reduced amounts of sodium chloride (table salt) and have potassium chloride as a supplement. Table (regular) salt is 100% sodium chloride: salt substitutes contain…

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